A vivid dream last night began in orbit where astronauts were assembling a space station. My point of view was that of an astronaut just arrived from Earth, who had brought along some special items that a few astronauts had forgotten (specifically a red computer tablet for one, and a flash drive with music for another). I then went on to glide around some of the framing posts, noting that I could effortlessly move right or left just by tilting my body one way or another; however, I did wonder how I was able to move so easily in microgravity without maneuvering thrusters. I also noticed that the "floors" of the station appeared to be made of immensely thick slabs of concrete which must have been absurdly expensive to place into orbit; although the slabs were only a few square meters in area, I then supposed this was just a movie set and perhaps that was why I was reluctant to try floating off the structure, and found myself unable to do an effortless flip.
The scene then changed to a second dream set on Earth, though I imagined it was all part of the same movie plot. (Although the story wasn't obvious and made no sense, I supposed it would all come together eventually). The central character was a doughy middle-aged white British man wearing a pork pie hat and sweater such that he appeared to be affecting a younger look than was appropriate. He had a furtive look about him and apparently had at least one arrest warrant outstanding; while driving about with a black man, he joked that he was "black" himself because he was often hassled by the police. Another scene then found him quickly scrambling out of a house when a black police officer happened along, actually looking for someone else. The white fellow then visited an elementary school where he was so well-regarded that the lady teacher allowed him to pass through a room full of children to access a computer which a young boy unlocked for him with his own password.
I never did figure out what the "movie" was actually about, though.